There is a great deal of mystery surrounding the World Economic Forum and its founder Klaus Schwab. What is known is that the organization houses some of the world’s most elite who have a fascination with the future. On more than one occasion, Schwab has discussed a time where machines, technology, and humans will all be the same. Additionally, Schwab wrote a book called “COVID-19: The Great Reset.” While Schwab continues to broaden the WEF’s influence on nations and the world, his top advisor, Dr. Yuval Noah Harari, recently explained how humans are not only “hackable,” but also that he wants an “anti-virus for the human brain.”
In the video below, Harari admitted that humans are hackable, thanks to the efforts of fake news and how social media is designed to present users with what they most likely will interact with. This doesn’t mean that the information being displayed is necessarily accurate or truthful, just specifically picked for the user’s experience.
Although Mayim Bialik, known for her role in “The Big Bang Theory,” can be seen laughing at Harari’s remarks, the doctor added, “I want an antivirus for the brain that serves me, not some corporation (but the WEF), that also gets to know me and knows that I have this bias against this group and warns me, ‘Watch out! You are being manipulated,’ and may be even authorized to BLOCK these kinds of manipulations.”
It should be noted this isn’t the first time Dr. Harari has spoken out on the vulnerability of humans. During a separate speech, he revealed, “Humans are now hackable animals. The whole idea that humans have this soul or spirit, and they have free will, and nobody knows what’s happening inside me, so whatever I choose whether in the election or whether in the supermarket, this is my free will, that’s over. Free will, that’s over…Today we have the technology to hack human beings on a massive scale. Everything is being digitalized. Everything is being monitored.”
Dr. Harari’s many attempts to explain to the general public what the digital future will look like and where humans fit in can be watched below.
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